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6 08, 2017

Scaling Up Group Consultations (#groupconsults): The GROUP WELL Ambition

2017-08-18T17:10:11+01:00August 6th, 2017|Guest Blog|0 Comments

Guest Blogger: Dr Fraser Birrell Since Dr Rob Lawson, a GP in Edinburgh, posted a blog on the 'Bright Ideas' section of the RCGP website in October 2015, there has been swift progress in our understanding of who is using group consultation models in the UK and how they are working. There has also [...]

25 07, 2017

The route map to success: critical success factors for group consultations

2017-07-26T10:47:23+01:00July 25th, 2017|Guest Blog, Light Bulb Moment|0 Comments

Guest Blogger: Alison Manson Group consultations are a person-centred paradigm shift in the delivery of care. Doing something new or working differently can be challenging. It’s often difficult to get started and get everyone on board and pulling in the same direction. Having a framework of critical success factors (CSFs) to guide you, [...]

5 06, 2017

Is partnership based general practice fit for the future?

2017-06-06T09:40:26+01:00June 5th, 2017|Guest Blog|0 Comments

Guest Blogger: Dr Mark Newbold Morale in general practice is low, and there is considerable scepticism about all the talk of transformational change. Despite the many positive aspects of the job, there are very severe recruitment challenges, with young recruits cautious about becoming partners because of the workload and the financial risk. Against [...]